Beyond the "Evolution" vs. "Creation" Debate

    You are invited to join Dr. Denis Lamoureux on Thursday, November 24 for: Beyond the "Evolution" vs. "Creation" Debate.

    October 28, 2016

    Please join us for this special presentation:

    Are there only two positions on origins: either “evolution” or “creation”? This lecture is an introduction to professional terminology, science-religion dialogue, and various views on origins (young earth creation, progressive creation, evolutionary creation, deistic evolution, and atheistic evolution). Lecturer also shares his personal voyage in this debate.

    Denis O. Lamoureux is an Associate Professor of Science and Religion at St. Joseph's College in the University of Alberta. He has debated leading anti-evolutionists, including Phillip Johnson, Michael Behe, and Jonathan Wells. With Johnson, he co-authored Darwinism Defeated? The Johnson-Lamoureux Debate on Biological Origins (1999). Lamoureux is also the author of Evolutionary Creation: A Christian Approach to Evolution (2008), and a contributor in Four Views on the Historical Adam (2013). He holds three earned doctoral degrees—dentistry, theology, and biology.

    Endorsement by the Chair of Biology at the University of Alberta
    "Dr. Michael Caldwell, Professor and Chair of the Department of Biological Sciences, would like to personally invite all interested students to attend this seminar. Dr. Lamoureux has been presenting his “Beyond…” lecture since 1994, a lecture series and project that eventually led to the creation of his current appointment in “Science and Religion” at St. Joseph’s College. The Department of Biological Sciences, in the spirit of academic exchange, is pleased to continue supporting this joint effort with St. Joseph’s College and Dr. Lamoureux."

    Denis O. Lamoureux
    PhD (Theology) PhD (Biology)
    Associate Professor of Science & Religion
    St. Joseph's College, University of Alberta
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    Thursday, November 24, 2016
    5:00 to 6:20pm
    239 Central Academic Building